Introduction to International Politics

Politics 120

Usual Description

This course surveys the major theories and concepts of international politics, and applies them to the discipline’s enduring questions. Topics include: the evolution of state sovereignty; causes of war and peace; inequality and the politics of the global economy; the emergence of non-state actors; changing norms of intervention; and the effects of globalization on the modern state system.

Time Periods

Post-1948

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Politics 120 Taught by Kristina Mani
Politics 120 Taught by Eve Sandberg
Politics 120 Taught by Eve Sandberg
Politics 120 Taught by Kristina Mani
Politics 120 Taught by Kristina Mani
Politics 120 Taught by Eve Sandberg
Politics 120 Taught by Kristina Mani
Politics 120 Taught by Dane Imerman
Politics 120 Taught by Swapna Pathak
Politics 120 Taught by Eve Sandberg
Politics 120 Taught by Kristina Mani
Politics 120 Taught by Eve Sandberg
Politics 120 Taught by Benjamin Schiff
Politics 120